Thought Provoking Questions

Thought Provoking Questions
by Project FireStarter

Hey There FireStarters!

Have you ever sat somewhere and just zoned out, began to let you’re mind wander as you contemplated various things? I tend to do this a lot and have found some ‘Thought Provoking Questions’ for us to talk about! Deep questions are both relaxing and a good mental workout, it takes our mind off things that bother us or worry us and gets us thinking about better things.

So here are 5 Thought Provoking Questions!

1.) Do you fear death? If so do you have a good reason?

I do not fear death. I see it as a natural part of life.

2.) What do you believe stands between you and complete happiness?

Myself, my thoughts and my actions.

3.) If you had the opportunity to get a message across to a large group of people, what would you say?

Awaken to the Awakening. It is time. The Shift is happening now. We should all reach out to each other with LOVE and know that we are all ONE.

4.) Do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength?

I don’t see it as either one. Crying is simply a cleansing, a release of emotions.

5.) Right now, at this moment, what do you want most?

I would like for everyone to be at PEACE with themselves and each other. Basically, World Peace!

What are your answers? Please leave answers and/or comments in the comment section at:

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  1. Great questions! Truly food for thought.
    1. I don’t fear death – I’ve been close a couple times, and it was more sad than scary…but I fear leaving too early, as everyone here is so unsettled and too un-grandpeopled.
    2. Well, I’ve come to understand at last that this is indeed a vale of tears, so I don’t anticipate complete happiness in this life. I have had some of the greatest human happinesses anyhow. Not least of all, it’s hard to be deeply happy when loved ones (or any others, really) are suffering in any way.
    3. I would say, “Relax. Not a one of us is alone.”
    4. I hate crying. Had my share of it. My heart can’t bear it from others. Ugh. We must aim to laugh more than cry, and aim others toward that..
    5. At this moment, I’d like at least an old caribou carcas to crawl into, as I’m freezing my asp off — sun hasn’t kicked in on this side of the window, yet! I’d settle for mittens. But in a more serious vein, I wish everyone would realize they and everyone they love and have ever loved, are eternal beings.


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